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When I saw this Tweet from the Daily Caller's Jim Treacher, I couldn't see the name Cruz, so when I clicked through, I said "Really?"
I mean, there are racist "brown guys" (Treacher's term) which, when used to refer to Hispanics means Mexicans of Indian or partial Indian descent. They shoot black people and take over their neighborhoods, and use racist language in Spanish and English.
Ted Cruz is certainly not a racist. He's also certainly not brown, or even Mexican. Steve Sailer used this headshot
Joel Kotkin On California In The DAILY BEAST: Increasing Inequality (No Mention Of Immigration) Displaced "Yeomanry" (No Mention Of Whites)
Joel Kotkin [Email him] has a piece in the Daily Beast titled California’s New Feudalism Benefits a Few at the Expense of the Multitude, October 5, 2013, which lays out the woes of the once-Golden State:
As late as the 80s, California was democratic in a fundamental sense, a place for outsiders and, increasingly, immigrants—roughly 60 percent of the population was considered middle class. Now, instead of a land of opportunity, California has become increasingly feudal. According to recent census estimates, the state suffers some of the highest levels of inequality in the country. By some estimates, the state’s level of inequality compares with that of such global models as the Dominican Republic, Gambia, and the Republic of the Congo.
At the same time, the Golden State now suffers the highest level of poverty in the country—23.5 percent compared to 16 percent nationally—worse than long-term hard luck cases like Mississippi. It is also now home to roughly one-third of the nation’s welfare recipients, almost three times its proportion of the nation’s population.
Like medieval serfs, increasing numbers of Californians are downwardly mobile, and doing worse than their parents: native born Latinos actually have shorter lifespans than their parents, according to one recent report. Nor are things expected to get better any time soon. According to a recent Hoover Institution survey, most Californians expect their incomes to stagnate in the coming six months, a sense widely shared among the young, whites, Latinos, females, and the less educated. [VDARE.com emphases added to quotes throughout]
Former Border Patrol Officers: Nearly TWENTY Million Illegals In US—We've Been Saying This For Years
In the Washington Times, the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers is quoted as saying that are are nearer twenty million illegals than 11 or 12 million, a popular estimate when people are talking about amnesty.
Nearly 20 million illegal immigrants in U.S., former Border Patrol agents say
By Stephen Dinan
The Washington Times
Monday, September 9, 2013
The number of illegal immigrants in the U.S. is actually closer to 20 million, according to former Border Patrol agents who issued a letter this weekend disputing the count of 11 million that the government and most top private demographers use.
American Flags Ripped Down Day Before Turlock Fourth Of July Parade--Town is one third Hispanic. . . | http://t.co/yVck60Aymp
As head of the Center For Immigration Studies, Mark Krikorian is one of the best-qualified people in America to teach civics classes for green card-holders, and that's something he's been doing, as a volunteer. Naturally, Catholic Charities "fired" him. Is the Washington Post blogger gloating about it here?
Warner Todd Huston at Breitbart has an informative article on the Obama admnistration teaming up with the National Council of La Raza to get more Latinos into high-paying government jobs.
The Daily Beast's story (mentioned by Derb below) bashing Jason Richwine for saying Hispanic immigrants have low IQ is illustrated with this picture:
The man accused of kidnapping Amanda Berry and two other white girls and holding them prisoner for ten years is a Puerto Rican who lived in a Puerto Rican neighborhood and had a Puerto Rican flag on his porch.
His name is Ariel Castro, although two other Puerto Ricans are also charged.